Aug 2, 2015byChesterfield / Poverty Row Motion Picture Studio (George. R. Batcheller)
* Released: 1934-10-02 * Drama (Eng. US) * Chesterfield Motion Pictures Corp. * Made and released by Poverty Row Motion Picture Studio * Filmed at RKO Studios in Hollywood using RCA High Fidelity Sound System * PRODUCER: George R. Batcheller * DIRECTOR: Charles Lamont * WRITER: Karl Brown (Story & Screenplay) * CINEMATOGRAPHY: Milford Arthur Andersen * STARRING: Henrietta Crosman; Holmes Herbert; Natalie Moorhead; Dorothy Lee; John Darrow; John Darrow; William Bakewell; Jameson Thomas;... Topics: Film 1934, Film Drama, * Henrietta Crosman, *PROD: Geo. R. Batcheller, *DIR: Charles Lamont,...
* Released: 1936-02-18 * Mystery/Suspense/Comedy (Eng USA) * Cert. #1899 * Chesterfield Motion Pictures Corp. * If you have read "The Last Trap" (by Sinclair Gluck), you will find the screenplay to be very different. You won't, however, be at all disappointed with the story, nor the outcome of the film. In this story, we discover there are many murder suspects available, when Elsa's Uncle Henry is found DEAD!. This romp, has many enjoyable twists and turns, and is, at times, quite... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Film 1936, Film Suspense, Film Mystery, Film Comedy, **Chesterfield, *AUTH: Sinclair Gluck, *PROD:...
The infallible detective meets the perfect crime! A group of people gathered in an old mansion are being systematically murdered by a hooded killer. Another Chesterfield classic with Charles Starrett favoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Chesterfield Pictures, Charles Starrett, Charles Lamont, B Picture
A charming Chesterfield mystery starring 1930s/40s hero Charles Starrett. The owner of a large mansion in the country throws a costume party for some of his friends. However, the party turns sour when he is found stabbed to death in a closet. The police and a guest try to discover who committed the murder. Encoded for IPOD from a VHS master. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Chesterfield Pictures, Charles Starrett, Richard Thorpe, B Picture